Selina Boyack trained at the Royal Scottish Academy and graduated winning the Gold Medal. She has work extensively with new writing, collaborating with Suspect Culture on 8000 Metres (Tramway, Glasgow), A Different Language (Trieste/Glasgow) and The Escapologist (Tramway, Glasgow) and with Anthony Neilson on Stitching (The Bush Theatre, London/Traverse, Edinburgh) and The Menu (National Theatre).
Selina has worked with Stewart Laing on An Argument About Sex (Tramway, Glasgow) and at Oran Mor Theatre on Gods Are Fallen, All Safety Gone and Stage Fright. Other theatre work includes Amanda, Private Lives (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow), Mabel Chiltern and An Ideal Husband (Theatre Clwyd), Hermione, The Winters Tale, Helena and A Midsummer Nights Dream (Royal Lyceum), Actress and Habitats (Tron Theatre). She has also worked with The Arches Theatre Company, Glasgow playing Clair in The City, Emma in Betrayal, Patricia in The Last Yankee, Colette in Four Dogs and A Bone and Jill in The Big Funk.
Selina’s film work includes Alice Todd in Sweeney Todd (John Schlesinger) and Shirley in The Debt Collector (Anthony Neilson). She was Nominated Best Actress for Stitching by the TMA and The Stage Awards and also by Scottish Theatre Critics Awards for her appearances in The Last Yankee and 8000 Metres.